to 11:00 to give people a chance to pay their respects. then as you mentioned, she'll be laid next to her husband in the back of the library in an above ground tomb after that ceremony tomorrow. >> she had so many fans, certainly because she was so outspoken and so open about what she was struggling with personally. tomorrow, as you said, it's the people's service, as you call it. any idea how many people might be expected there? >> reporter: well, they're expecting tens of thousands. you say she has a lot of fans around the world, but, boy, her fan club was here in michigan, and specifically in grand rapids. and when gerald ford died in 2007, 65,000, 70,000 people filed through during that time in january. it's beautiful weather here. they're expecting tens of thousands to come today, this afternoon, and then again tomorrow to pay their respects to betty ford. >> all right. ted rowlands for us there in michigan. ted, thank you. we should let you know that this is just in to cnn. good news for women's soccer fans.